Spanish English Dictionary

español - English

gorra in English:

1. cap cap


Take off your cap.
It's best to wear a cap on your head during the cold Moscow winters.
Put on your thinking cap and try to remember whose house you slept at last night.
Making such a large sale is a feather in the salesman's cap.
When you enter the classroom, you should take off your cap.
When he returned, he brought a baseball cap and gave it as a present to his friend.
Remove the cap from the ink refill bottle, fill the dropper with ink, and drip an appropriate amount onto the marker's core.
The son of Heaven, when sacrificing, wore the cap decorated with twelve pendants of jade beads hanging down before and behind, and the robe embroidered with dragons.
Tom lost his cap, and he felt that he had to buy a new one.
The gait of my friend was unsteady, and the bells upon his cap jingled as he strode.
Baseball players often wear a cap to keep the sun out of their eyes.
... the City can go it alone and operate in a much looser regulatory environment, which will please hedge funds and bankers keen to avoid an EU-imposed cap on bonus payments.
She is a spoiled girl and doesn't know how to cap
We will probably need to import the caps from China but at least we will make sure they are safe.
No matter how often I put on my thinking cap, I am afraid my unpreparedness will dominate.

English word "gorra"(cap) occurs in sets:

vestirse, la ropa